DETROIT, June 20 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co said on Friday its automotive results this year would be worse than 2007's and it would be "difficult" for the U.S. automaker to break even in 2009 because of a deepening slump in U.S. sales. Ford lowered its forecast for U.S. industry auto sales for 2008 to between 14.7 million and 15.2 million units, including medium and heavy-duty trucks, from its previous outlook of 15 million to 15.4 million. The company also said it plans to cut its truck ...
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